Page Ten — THE GRYPHON — Tuesday, June 1,1976
PARTIN WINDS UP — St«
pitch the Gryphs to a 13-4 v
The Gryphs have bee
playing well lately despite th
fact that all the rain resulted i
the cancellation of the Rock
Mount-Northern Nash game
Rocky Mount ran its record 1
12-10 with wins over Greenvilh
Wilson and Bertie and a loss 1
Rocky Mount and Greenvill
squared off in the type of garr
which fans love and coach(
hate. For the first four inning
the Gryphs threatened to scoi
every time; however, the
lacked the timely hits. On tl
other end of the bat, senii
pitching star Steve Partin wi
attempting to attain the epiton
of superb pitching — a perfe
game. Partin pitched 5
innings until a bloop sing
spelled his demise.
At that point the Gryphs le;
1-0, but a walk and an err
allowed Greenville to tie t!
score. Then Mike Brewingt
sent Greenville ahead by drivi)
a single up the middle.
The game proceeded with t
score 3-2 in favor of the Gryp
until the top of the seven
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. . . Ricky Lewis and William Battle left the divisional meet
in Greenville successful participants. Lewis placed second in
the 180 low hurdles and 120 high hurdles, while Battle placed
fourth in the long jump. These marks allowed both of them to
go to the sectionals in Cary, where both thin-clads placed
second in their respective events. Battle was unable to ad
vance to the regionals held at ECU because of an injury, and
Lewis, although qualifying in the ITO low hurdles in the
preliminaries, did not place. Had they placed, they would
have been eligible for state competition at N. C. State in
rtonrx, \>nmniocc atiH Toff .Tftviipr nHvanred to the
Gryphon Supplement June 1976
A Class Prophecy
Having ended 12 years of schooling, the
Class of 1976 looks forward 20 years from
Twenty years from now Lisa Arnold will
be an Avon lady.
Twenty years from now Teresa Barnes
will be with A1 Hertz in the big time.
Twenty years from now Lee Bennett will
be purposely holding up the elevator in her
hospital with Doctors.
Twenty years from now Kenny Braswell
will still be dreaming of Perry Mason as he
attempts to manage a Bonanza.
Twenty years from now Susan Braswell
will still be giggling.
Twenty years from now Maryanne will
be a model.
Twenty years from now Deborah
Brinkley will still be going out with the
Twenty years from now Gary Carter and
Joey Stilley will be members of Monty
Python’s flying circus.
Twenty years from now Kenny Braswell
will still be chasing Laura Davenport.
Twenty years from now Luanne Denson
will be seen in the grocery store followed
by six red-haired, freckled-faced kids.
Twenty years from now Del Eatman will
still be talking about his “daddy.”
Twenty years from now Dona Edwards
will have evolved from a mouse to a rat.
Twenty years from now Tryone Gay’s
fingernails will be three feet long.
Twenty years from now Tom Groome
will still be trying to get girls to date him
because of his car.
Twenty years from now Beth Hodge will
have her own Siham’s.
Twenty years from now Myrna Lowe
will be appearing in fashion magazines.
Twenty years from now Buddy Luper
will be doing the hula.
Twenty years from now Patti Hut-
chisson will have three kids, Ty, Coc, and
Rac. (Ty Kuhns, Coc Kuhns, and Rac
Twenty years from now Herman Bulluck
will be on the Olympic karate team and be
a part-time kung-fu movie maker.
Twenty years from now Fleet Woodley
will be a-pickin’ and a-grinnin’ on Hee
Twenty years from now Doris Bulluck
will be singing “Swing Low, Sweet
Chariot” on Broadway.
Twenty years from now Billy Odom will
be the owner of an international chain of
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